Former One Nation leader Pauline Hanson and her estranged adviser David Oldfield have buried the hatchet after a bitter falling out more than 10 years ago.
Brisbane-born Ms Hanson is standing as an independent in Saturday's NSW election after moving to the NSW Central Coast in March.
She came face to face with her former One Nation adviser Mr Oldfield, now a Fairfax Radio presenter, for a question and answer session with listeners on his Thursday morning program.
The pair had not been in the same room for 11 years, after Ms Hanson expelled Mr Oldfield from the party in 2000.
Adding fuel to the drama, she published a memoir in 2007, Untamed and Unashamed, that maintained their love was consumated in 1996 at an upmarket trailer park at Narrabundah, in Canberra's south.